i know there are a lot of posts of this issue but none of the suggestions there helped. so i hopelessly scream for help at this point.
i have my oculus for about 1.5 years now (not sure exactly). and been playing on it on my previous PC for the first year or so with no major technical issues
these were my PC specs:
16 GB RAM
GTX 1070 8GB
and then it started
i then upgraded my pc, CPU, RAM, MOBO and cooling... but stayed with the 1070 for the GPU
so this was is then
Ryzen 5 5600x
16 GB 3600 mhz
B550M DS3H rev.1
i think this was the phase i started to get crashes after playing 5-15 mins but im not sure
i wasn't really making track of this at this time
then i upgraded my GPU to 3070ti (*hehe boi...*and with this last upgrade all my old PC goes to my Bro)
the prob. with the 5-15 mins crash proceeded...
and then at some point it completely stopped working, by that i mean:
i open oculus then put the headset on
i then see the guardian setup window pop up in front
then move to the next window to set ground level (at this point im at 5-10 secs after im in VR)
i bend to get the controller to touch the ground, the the tracking stops i see all my surroundings as grey noise
with the guardian window stays till the lens go black and the orange light pop on the headset.
on the oculus app it says the D-port isnt recognized or its disconnecting all the time.
when i plug the Rift S to my older pc that my bro has now
i can play freely on the google VR app and all works fine
thing we've tried on my new PC with my bro:
buy and install a PCIe UBS 3.0 (with no external power supply) extension on the mobo, plug the rift s usb to it (with no success)
format the pc
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